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    Easter

    Summons, 1755, issued to William Gladdin to Fairfax County Court concerning Easter, and African-American slave., Court records, 06/30/1755

    Easter apparently belonged to the estate of John Gladdin.

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    John Gladdin

    Summons, 1755, issued to William Gladdin to Fairfax County Court concerning Easter, and African-American slave., Court records, 06/30/1755

    Easter apparently belonged to the estate of John Gladdin.

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    Levin Joynes

    Deposition, 1791, Accomack County, Va., given by Wealthy Bayley, Sarah (Smith) Lyon, John Smith, and Garrot Topping concerning Southy, an African-American slave of Levin Joynes., Court records, 09/22/1791

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    Southy

    Deposition, 1791, Accomack County, Va., given by Wealthy Bayley, Sarah (Smith) Lyon, John Smith, and Garrot Topping concerning Southy, an African-American slave of Levin Joynes., Court records, 09/22/1791

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    Annis

    Deposition, 1791, Accomack County, Va., given by Wealthy Bayley, Sarah (Smith) Lyon, John Smith, and Garrot Topping concerning Southy, an African-American slave of Levin Joynes., Court records, 09/22/1791

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    James Ross

    Court records, 1825, of William Woodford, David Woodford, Corbin Lane [an infant], and Daphney West, freed slaves formerly belonging to Maj. James Ross, against Ross's administrator, John Chinn, calling for the division of the Cedar Park property., Court records, 11/1825

    Hudson Muse sold the land that became Cedar Farm in two parcels, one of which was acquired by Maj. James Ross and the other by Thomas Jesse. Ross later purchased the Jesse parcel of land and built a house ca. 1810. Ross also added to the farm by purchasing some adjoining land owned by Francis Lightfoot Lee. Following Ross's death, several of his emancipated slaves sued his administrator to obtain the land Ross had left for them.

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    William Woodford

    Court records, 1825, of William Woodford, David Woodford, Corbin Lane [an infant], and Daphney West, freed slaves formerly belonging to Maj. James Ross, against Ross's administrator, John Chinn, calling for the division of the Cedar Park property., Court records, 11/1825

    Hudson Muse sold the land that became Cedar Farm in two parcels, one of which was acquired by Maj. James Ross and the other by Thomas Jesse. Ross later purchased the Jesse parcel of land and built a house ca. 1810. Ross also added to the farm by purchasing some adjoining land owned by Francis Lightfoot Lee. Following Ross's death, several of his emancipated slaves sued his administrator to obtain the land Ross had left for them.

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    David Woodford

    Court records, 1825, of William Woodford, David Woodford, Corbin Lane [an infant], and Daphney West, freed slaves formerly belonging to Maj. James Ross, against Ross's administrator, John Chinn, calling for the division of the Cedar Park property., Court records, 11/1825

    Hudson Muse sold the land that became Cedar Farm in two parcels, one of which was acquired by Maj. James Ross and the other by Thomas Jesse. Ross later purchased the Jesse parcel of land and built a house ca. 1810. Ross also added to the farm by purchasing some adjoining land owned by Francis Lightfoot Lee. Following Ross's death, several of his emancipated slaves sued his administrator to obtain the land Ross had left for them.

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    Corbin Lane

    Court records, 1825, of William Woodford, David Woodford, Corbin Lane [an infant], and Daphney West, freed slaves formerly belonging to Maj. James Ross, against Ross's administrator, John Chinn, calling for the division of the Cedar Park property., Court records, 11/1825

    Hudson Muse sold the land that became Cedar Farm in two parcels, one of which was acquired by Maj. James Ross and the other by Thomas Jesse. Ross later purchased the Jesse parcel of land and built a house ca. 1810. Ross also added to the farm by purchasing some adjoining land owned by Francis Lightfoot Lee. Following Ross's death, several of his emancipated slaves sued his administrator to obtain the land Ross had left for them.

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    Daphney West

    Court records, 1825, of William Woodford, David Woodford, Corbin Lane [an infant], and Daphney West, freed slaves formerly belonging to Maj. James Ross, against Ross's administrator, John Chinn, calling for the division of the Cedar Park property., Court records, 11/1825

    Hudson Muse sold the land that became Cedar Farm in two parcels, one of which was acquired by Maj. James Ross and the other by Thomas Jesse. Ross later purchased the Jesse parcel of land and built a house ca. 1810. Ross also added to the farm by purchasing some adjoining land owned by Francis Lightfoot Lee. Following Ross's death, several of his emancipated slaves sued his administrator to obtain the land Ross had left for them.

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    Betsy Downing

    Report, 1830, of Robert Alexander, J. Basye, and Thomas S. Sydnor concerning the division of African-American slaves among Betsy E. Downing, Hannah Downing, and William Hendley, Court records, 12/14/1830

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    Hannah Downing

    Report, 1830, of Robert Alexander, J. Basye, and Thomas S. Sydnor concerning the division of African-American slaves among Betsy E. Downing, Hannah Downing, and William Hendley, Court records, 12/14/1830

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    William Hendley

    Report, 1830, of Robert Alexander, J. Basye, and Thomas S. Sydnor concerning the division of African-American slaves among Betsy E. Downing, Hannah Downing, and William Hendley, Court records, 12/14/1830

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    Daniel

    Report, 1830, of Robert Alexander, J. Basye, and Thomas S. Sydnor concerning the division of African-American slaves among Betsy E. Downing, Hannah Downing, and William Hendley, Court records, 12/14/1830

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    Aaron

    Report, 1830, of Robert Alexander, J. Basye, and Thomas S. Sydnor concerning the division of African-American slaves among Betsy E. Downing, Hannah Downing, and William Hendley, Court records, 12/14/1830

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